Monthly Archives: November 2014

Ten Different Type of Rose Flowers in Different Colors

Originally posted on Wallpaper Tadka:
Beautiful Different Rose Flowers in different Colors. White Color Rose Rose Flower Red Color Rose Flower Bud Red White Color Rose Flower

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The Painted Ladies of San Francisco

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Originally posted on Travel Tales of Life:
On a recent visit of California my adventurous brother suggested we head out in search of the “Painted Ladies” of San Francisco. Giving him my ‘Is this going to be another epic-almost-get-us-thrown-in-jail-kind-of-outing?‘ look, he…

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Falling into Winter

Originally posted on My_Endeavors:
The leaves crunch under my feet Creating that ever-so-satisfying sound that I treasure The fall breeze caresses my wild curls as I hug myself to keep warm The sky is a variety of soft, autumn…

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Manta rays and Fiji Day on Barefoot Island

This looks wonderful

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Pea and Ham Soup for a Rugby Injury

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How to Write a Sonnet

Originally posted on Qwiklit:
The sonnet is perhaps the most misinterpreted style of poetry in the English language. For too long, it has been associated with Shakespearean dandyism and caricatures of half-witted Don Juans trying to woo their lovers with…

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Sculpture by the sea, Bondi 2014 (3)

Originally posted on Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera:
“Not all those who wonder, wander” Sydney October 2014 (7 photos) The 18th annual Sculpture by the sea exhibition at Bondi ends this weekend. This free public event includes 109 exhibiting artists from 16…

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The Italian Trip

There were two things I cherished from the Italian trip. One was the marvellous sight from the hotel balcony, of scores of Catholic priests dressed in black boarding coaches to take them to the Vatican. Then their spectacular return, dressed … Continue reading

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Grab a Seat

Originally posted on The Squeaky Robot:
For the budget-conscious person in Hanoi, there are no better alternatives to eating than traditional Vietnamese dishes found on every sidewalk, corner and alleyway. One needn’t look far. The food here is delicious, cheap…

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The Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou in Ouarzazate, Morocco

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Originally posted on International Bellhop Travel Magazine:
Located in Morocco just south of Marrakesh, is the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou in Ouarzazate. This ancient fortified city — known as a ksar (castle) is made of mud bricks and clings to…

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